The Sound of the Spirit is about a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl named Rivka. It tells the story of how she overcomes her grief over the death of her parents to shine with the light of her Messiah before her aunt, uncle, and the traditional Jewish Synagogue they attend.
At first, in the face of disappointments and misunderstanding, Rivka withdraws from her commitment to complete her bat mitzvah training at the synagogue. But she eventually learns that her calling, like Esther’s of old, is to hear “The Sound of the Spirit” and follow God’s call to be a blessing.
This unique Christian film was such a pleasant surprise for me. The main theme is to love your brother, love your neighbor! The story itself is so great, I can’t recall another film that talks about the Jewish vs. the Messianic Jewish faith.
Watching the father/daughter relationship was refreshing. It is rare to see that kind of relationship which is such a sad thing.
I also liked seeing Romans 8:28 in action. So many bad things happen in life, but seeing how God can change bad into good is an amazing thing. Romans 8:28 – And we know that all things work together for good, to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.
There are many things about this film that are wonderful. You’ll have to watch it to find out for yourself. Teenagers would enjoy this film as well.
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